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Eurobodalla Photographic Club - March 2019

Once again the members attending the March meeting of the Eurobodalla Photographic club submitted an outstanding collection of images to the monthly competition. The topic was left to individual photographers with a wide rage of subjects chosen from local landscapes, wildlife, portraits, plants, and exotic scenes from Bolivia, Asia and Africa. The images were skillfully critiqued and assessed by Judy Parker of the Canberra Photographic Society. Members were advised of upcoming activities in the coming months including, a night at the museum, exhibiting in the "River of Art" at Club Malua and mini workshops in low key photography and glass photography. In keeping with the aims of the club, a portion of the evenings activities were devoted to helping members master the intricacies of digital photography. The results of the March competition were. Image of the Night : Colin Pass - Sold

Gold Awards for Colour: Colin Pass - Sold (above)

Brian Gunter - Gold-Bar Beach Abstract (above)

Dave Kemp - Table for Two Silver Awards Colour

Beth Westra - Superb Fairy Wren

Jeanette Robben - CocaCola Ad

Colin Pass - Seil Island Ferry

Ken Foster - Rainforest Rail, Strahan

Ken Foster - Franklin Boat Harbour Gold Award Monochrome

Dave Kemp - Big Bang Theory Silver Award Monochrome

Ken Foster - Model Ford The Eurobodalla Photographic Club meets at 7pm every Month on the fourth Tuesday at the Tomakin Community Hall. Local photographers of any skill level are very welcome to come along as visitors. Check out our website at or follow the facebook link

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